En visite dans la région ?
Dans votre maison de vacances ?
Habitant des P-O ?
A la recherche d’une communauté chrétienne ?
Vous cherchez Dieu ?
Jeunes familles, retraités, entre les deux.
Jeune dans la foi, mûre, à la recherche.
Buveurs du thé, buveurs du café
Amateurs du vin, abstèmes.
Chants de louanges, hymnes
Nous avons tous l’amour de Dieu.
Jésus : le centre de notre foi.
L’amour de Dieu, démontré à la croix de Jésus et dans sa résurrection.
Il nous a libérés.
Il transforme nos vies.
Par son Esprit il nous touche les cœurs.
Il veut toucher le votre, aussi.
Ce que nous croyons
Le but de Riverchurch, c’est de comprendre les besoins de notre génération et de se réunir de manière significative, pertinente, contemporaine et fraîche. Notre vision est de voir le royaume de Dieu s’établir et croître comme une rivière qui apporte la vie et qui la nourrit.
Tiré de la déclaration de l’Alliance Évangélique Mondiale adoptée à Zeist
Loving God. Loving People.
Moray – Pasteur
Before moving to France in 1998, Moray was for ten years full-time leader of an Ichthus Christian Fellowship congregation in Carshalton, London. He trained at Moorlands College, Christchurch, Dorset from 1986-89.
He has a strong desire to see people in the region transformed by the Lord Jesus. His giftings in teaching, preaching and admin – as well as being bilingual in French – means that he is able to lead the church on in its outreach to both English- and French-speakers.
Ann – Trésorière
Ann served as a leader alongside Moray in both their previous churches. She had particular responsibilities for worship and the children’s work. She began helping with the worship at Riverchurch several years ago, while still part of the team at a local French-speaking church, and now heads up our worship team.
Ann has a TEFL qualification and teaches English to French and Spanish students of all ages.
Doug originally came to France in 1991, taking early retirement from the Fire Service, to plant churches (setting fires, rather than putting them out!) He was joint leader of a French-speaking house church and also undertook ministry training during this time. When the house church merged with a larger, local congregation, he and Erika became part of the leadership team there. Between 2000 and 2015, they were again resident in the UK and Doug served on the leadership team in a local non-denominational church. They returned to France permanently in February 2015 to join the team at Riverchurch.
Sent out by their church in Battle, East Sussex, Erika helped grow the house church that they planted here to over 40 members and then continued as a leader in the large French church that they merged with. When she and Doug returned to the UK in 2000 to look after elderly parents, Erika’s spiritual desire was still for the people of this region and they kept up relationships with the churches here.. Both are bilingual in English and French.
Peter – Secrétaire
Peter is originally from Belfast in Northern Ireland. He was raised in the Church of Ireland and was a Sunday school teacher before joining the Royal Air Force Regiment in 1969.
Peter and Sue have travelled widely and now enjoy retirement in France where they have been members of Riverchurch since 2007. Sue joined the leadership team in 2016.
Want to worship with us?
Nous nous rassemblons le dimanche matin dans la Chapelle Saint Vincent de Paul, 24 Avenue de Gérone à Perpignan. From time to time we hold services in other villages in the region.
Le culte de dimanche démarre à 10h45, du café et du thé sont servis à partir de 10h30.
Nous accueillons chaleureusement des gens de toute nationalité, et de toute dénomination ou confession afin d’élargir notre communauté de Chrétiens sur toute la région.
Tenez-nous au courant de votre visite!